This apartment on Fisher Island creates a minimalistic counterpoint to the architecture, which is built in Moorish style. Using continuous materials on floors and walls, the apartment was designed as a unit, divided into individual functional areas with smooth transitions. Long visual axes are created throughout the entire level, giving the apartment a particularly spacious feel and opening the view to the sea. At the same time, the architectural furniture zones the apartment without occupying the space. The materiality of the architectural furniture is so restrained and minimalistic that the owners' artwork on the serene oak paneling stands out particularly well. Open-pored travertine floors harmonize with details like handcrafted doors and furniture handles.